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  • Bottle Service

    Bottle Service
    It’s all in the presentation. Whether it’s waiters going table to table pouring bubbly or sleek bottles lining a shelf behind the bar, the spirits you serve don’t just have to help guests have a good time – they can provide some...
  • Man Up

    Man Up
    So, you want a wedding that’s just as much his as yours, but you don’t exactly relish the notion of all the men off in a dudes-only corner playing Xbox. Nevermind the fact that “man cave” was just included in Lake Superior State...
  • Now It's Time to Party

    Now It's Time to Party
    Sure, some couples can’t wait to jump into their jammies and pass out after their I do’s, but many never want the night to end. Reserving tables or a room at a great restaurant that stays open late is always popular, says Katherine Jameson,...
  • Small Bar to close Nov. 13

    Small Bar to close Nov. 13
    Bars come and bars go. But the demise of Small Bar on Division Street stings a bit more than the average bar closing. Phil McFarland’s bar at 2049 W. Division St. – the original partners are no longer part of the operation – opened...
  • John Goodman retrial: Jurors hear more about 'man-cave' defense

    The jurors in John Goodman's DUI manslaughter trial had heard about the "man cave" where the polo club founder says he chugged liquor after the Feb. 12, 2010 crash that resulted in Scott Wilson's death. On Tuesday, they were able to see it through...
  • Celebrate 'French Roots' cookbook from longtime Chez Panisse chef Jean-Pierre Moullé and his wife, Denise

    Celebrate 'French Roots' cookbook from longtime Chez Panisse chef Jean-Pierre Moullé and his wife, Denise
    Everybody who enjoyed Jean-Pierre Moullé's cooking at Chez Panisse during his storied 30-year tenure as executive chef at the iconic Berkeley restaurant has been waiting for this book for years. Moullé and his wife, Denise, have written “French...
  • Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Eat & Drink to the Beat Harris Theater 205 E. Randolph Drive 312-334-7777 Grab dinner from food trucks including Royal Cupcakes & Bakes, Tamale Spaceship and Giordano's, order a cocktail at the theater's bar and catch a tribute to American music...
  • With Hillary Clinton as Top Billing, Hollywood Fundraiser Brings in $2.1 Million to Democrats

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Celebrities such as Cameron Diaz, Eva Longoria and Jim Parsons were among those at a fundraiser hosted by Jeffrey Katzenberg and featuring Hillary Clinton as the top billing, raising a blockbuster amount for the waning weeks of...
  • Federation's new Men's Division hosts event

    Federation's new Men's Division hosts event
    Men who care about having great times together — as well as helping the community — now have more to enjoy with the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County's new Men's Division. A sold-out crowd kicked off the men's season in high...
  • Portland embraces 'green' image to boost exports

    Portland embraces 'green' image to boost exports
    In a glass tower topped with solar panels, wind turbines and rooftop gardens, a team of architects and planners who helped turn a once-moribund industrial tract into a trendy neighborhood in this river port town is crafting ways to bring street life and...
  • Smokey Bones back in growth mode

    Smokey Bones back in growth mode
    Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill soon will open its first new location in more than eight years. The new location is scheduled to open in Peabody, Mass., at the North Shore in February 2015. CEO Chris Artinian says the company is back in growth mode,...